A research project which aims to safeguard tens of thousands of swans and geese started this week with the installation of more than 150 special ‘bird diverters’ in Lancashire.
Distinguished Professor Keith Beven (LEC) has been awarded the 2013 President’s Prize from the British Hydrological Society, awarded every two years in recognition of work which has advanced hydrology significantly.
A North West centre is driving forward Eco-innovation in the region by helping small and medium sized companies access nearly a million pounds worth of funding and linking them with the best university talent.
A mature student’s undergraduate dissertation could help in the development of a volcanic ash early warning system for aircraft.
The delicate exquisiteness of frost flowers, a captivating aurora seen through a fish eye lens and the fascinating flow of lava will feature in an amazing new exhibition designed to enthrall all.
A Lancaster University based businessman is helping to bring the former home of writer, artist and philosopher John Ruskin into the 21st century with a new mobile ‘app’.
LEC staff and research students bring fun and knowledge sharing to the 100th birthday celebrations of the British Ecological Society.
Why do most people today feel either unwilling or unable to travel by foot or bike? This is the key question which Lancaster University Emeritus Professor Colin Pooley aims to answer in his ground-breaking new book ‘Promoting Walking and Cycling’.
Professor Andrew Binley has been elected as a Fellow of the American Geophysical Union for his “breakthrough” work in the field of hydrogeophysics.
The varying response of different moorland plants to warming shows vegetation type has a strong influence on the carbon sink affect of peatlands